The Perilous Journey Of The Much Too Spontaneous Girl (The Perilous Journey Of The Not So Innocuous Girl #2)



Reading The Perilous Journey Of The Much Too Spontaneous Girl The Perilous Journey Of The Not So Innocuous Girl 2 Author Leigh Statham Thomashillier.co.uk Lady Marguerite Vadnay And Her Trusty Automaton, Outil, Have Settled Into Life In New France Rather Well Marguerite Is Top Of The Class At Flight School And Her Future As An Aerpilot Is Nearly Secure She Has Everything She Wants Except A Commission On The Pirate Hunting Dirigible The Renegade Using Every Card In Her Aristocratic Arsenal, Marguerite Wiggles Her Way Onto The Finest Warship France Has To Offer But As Usual, Marguerite S Plans Endanger The Lives Of Those She Holds Dear Only This Time No One Else Is Going To Save Them As Marguerite And Outil Set Off On A Rescue Mission They May Not Return From, She Finally Realizes It S Time To Reorder Her Cogs.This Steampunk Adventure Is Littered With Facts From The Golden Age Of Piracy And Follows Not Too Closely Some Of The Lives And Adventures Of The Brave Men And Women Who Sailed The Seas As Privateers, Pirates And Soldiers.The Perilous Journey Of The Much Too Spontaneous Girl (The Perilous Journey Of The Not So Innocuous Girl #2)

Leigh Statham was raised in the wilds of rural Idaho, but found her heart in New York City She worked as a waitress, maid, artist, math teacher, nurse, web designer, art director, thirty foot inflatable pig and mule wrangler before she settled down in the semi quiet role of wife, mother and writer She resides in North Carolina with her husband, four children, five chickens and two suspected seri

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  • 300 pages
  • The Perilous Journey Of The Much Too Spontaneous Girl (The Perilous Journey Of The Not So Innocuous Girl #2)
  • Leigh Statham
  • English
  • 09 April 2018

10 thoughts on “The Perilous Journey Of The Much Too Spontaneous Girl (The Perilous Journey Of The Not So Innocuous Girl #2)

  1. says:

    This book was a blast to write I loved being back in Marguerite s steampunk world, and this time I got to dive deeper into the lives of pirates at the peak of their reign North Carolina is steeped in pirate lore and legend I visited all the museums I could and read all the books I could get ...

  2. says:

    Steampunk at its finest I highly recommend this one, folks This author weaves a great story Besides, pirates AND steampunk Total win win.

  3. says:

    Disclosure I was provided a free copy in exchange for a review What s Good the historical references that helped shape the series gets woven into the fabric of the story The locales are expanded into the New French Canadian wilderness and the southern coastlands of America, if only briefly Outil, her personal robot servant, remains the best character in the series, by dint of having to put up with Marguerite s antics and actually showing some growth of her own.The action is over the top, like watching a 50 s swashbuckling movie, and a little hard to follow at times, but you can roll with it.Catching up with Claude and his new wife gave Marguerite a much needed dose of reality The reality of their struggles on the frontier hit her hard a refreshing change from the playpen the author made the world seem to be so far Too bad it didn t really stick.What s Bad Marguerite continues to indulge in her bratty, entitled, self centered behaviour to the point where she literally endangers everyone and everything around her After a year of flight school with apparently little to no socialization with her fellow students she s learned much of nothing After the first book and a few rounds of but, I was only trying to help, etc in this one, you d think she d have gotten the point She s also a bit of a flirt During yet another misadventure, she encounters a group of Iroquois men who help her locate her friend, C...

  4. says:

    Month9 Books has done me a great favor by gifting me an advanced copy of this book in exchange for a review Leigh Statham has crafted a story that tied up the mysterious of the first book, and in the same pages, made those mysteries even larger to carry on to the third To say I m in desperate need of the third one immediately in an understatement If Leigh would like me to beta read for her, I would be than willing Seriously Call me We are once again accompanying Marguerite, only this time she s based in New France instead of her stately mansion in France, safe and comfortable in her well to do life with her father Marguerite has been busy carving out her own life in New France, taking up a position learning how to fly and quickly becoming the best student in the school Jacques is still passionately chasing her and blessed be, she has the strength to resist him, because I surely do not She refuses to marry him until she outranks him Claude, bless him, is married with his wife on his homestead out in the territories.When Jacques gets assigned to a new commission, being a man without a wife or ...

  5. says:

    Another fantastic book from Leigh Statham I loved the steampunk imagery and the historical undertones in her story I hope to see another book in the near future

  6. says:

    I think what I liked best about this book is that our heroine, Marguerite, is selfish but not a terrible person When she gets called on her crap, she actually assimilates the information A truly dynamic character.I did want of a central conflict the conflict resolved in ...

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    I signed up to review because I hadn t read a fully enjoyable Gaslamp novel in a while and the blurb sounded great I d never heard of this program before so I was instantly curious.Okay, all of this happened after the gorgeous cover caught me, but still, it counts.What I didn t count on was it being a sequel in a series Oops I ran out of time to read the first book and review it, so I read this first as a standalone But that may have worked out for the best The Good easy fun read hooked me from the get go liked all the characters perspectives were spot on loved the character growth didn t see the surprises coming The Bad The Other Halfway through Marguerite almost lost me with her antics Iroquois men seen as exotic man candy, which is problematic and not called out like the classism is.Right away, I was pulled into the story It was easy on the eyes and flowed beautifully There s plenty of refresher information so I didn t feel like I missed anything It was quite comfortable just jumping in My luck paid off and the good feeling lasted Marguerite and Outil, the automaton, were a blast Marguerite s voice was spot on with her airs and perspective She really is too spontaneous I was cursing her stupid actions from the beginning, but wasn t put off I was cheering for her to get it right It was only after numerous occasions of the same kind of stunts and her persistent privilege that it finally got...

  8. says:

    This review was originally posted on my review blog Deanna Reads I didn t totally love the first novel in this series, but I thought it had a lot of potential After the first book I thought that Marguerite had grown out of her bratty, entitled behavior, but this book sure proved me wrong That s why unfortunately I found this second book to be a huge disappointment.I liked the start of the book where we see Marguerite in flight school doing what she wants to do with her life I liked that, and I also liked that we see her fail at something because the whole first book she was amazing at everything she did I think it s good to show that you have to fail to figure things out for yourself, so I thought this book would be a lot about self discovery and she would improve her behavior, but not so much.It s clear that Marguerite was used to a life of getting what she wanted and we see this when she bribes her way into getting a pretty high position on a military ship I thought that was so unrealistic, so I was actually glad that Jacques...

  9. says:

    The Perilous Journey of the Much too Spontaneous Girl is the second book I ve read by Leigh Statham I was really excited for this book to come out because I also read The Perilous Journey of the Not So Innocuous Girl These books are in the steampunk genre and are perfect for those who like swashbuckling fights.Marguerite has finally gotten her wish to be a pilot, but she s not too great at it She s much better at the scholarly side of learning than the actual flying part of it She is a very fun character who gets to go on very exciting adventures.though she s got ...

  10. says:

    The Perilous Journey of the Much too Spontaneous Girl is the second book I ve read by Leigh Statham I was really excited for this book to come out because I also read The Perilous Journey of the Not So Innocuous Girl These books are in the steampunk genre and are perfect for those who like swashbuckling fights.Marguerite has finally gotten her wish to be a pilot, but she s not too great at it She s much better at the scholarly side of learning than the actual flying part of it She is a very fun character who gets to go on very exciting adventures.though she s got to be sneaky to get there I really like all of the characters in this bo...

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